The King in Black Sheep's Clothing (Framed, comes with framed story)
Oil on Board
34 1/2 x 28 1/2 x 2 1/8 in
Dark and Brooding, the King, nevertheless, brought a renaissance to the Kingdom. He donned a black sheep's hide as his clothing in acknowledgement of his darker side. After all, it was rumored that, during his weaker moments, he would occasionally succumb to eating a common villager.
Aside from rumors of that ilk, he was otherwise revered as an honest and forthcoming king, earthbound in his thoughts and actions. Most of the people loved him because of his honesty. Once trusted, he set about reforming the kingdom, with the cooperation and the respect of his people.